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Getting Married in Belize
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Belize Wedding Resorts Are you smart enough to pick Belize for your destination wedding? After all, it’s been named the Central American/Caribbean go-to wedding spot by myriad resources and you…

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The 10 Best Luxury Resorts in Belize

Belize is one of the last unspoiled places on the planet and is rapidly growing in popularity as a must-visit destination in the Caribbean and Central America. In the last…

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10 Things Not To Miss In Belize

Not everybody comes to Belize to burrow in the sand, contemplate the Caribbean Sea or down at least one beer at every bar in the vicinity! Travelers dedicated to healthy…

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See the Real Belize by Visiting and Supporting Santa Teresa

Not everyone visiting Belize is eager spend all of their time swimming, diving, touring attractions like Mayan ruins and bar hopping into the wee small hours of morning. Getting to…

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Independence Day in Belize
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Celebrate Independence Day in Belize

September in Belize After several centuries as a British colony, Belize gained its independence from Great Britain on September 21, 1981. Today, the national holiday is the occasion for two…

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Punta Negra Lake in Belize

Belize is famous for its beaches, but one of its most beautiful bodies of water is the coastal lagoon at Punta Negra Lake. Why You Should Visit Punta Negra Lake…

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Red Bank Village and the Scarlet Macaw Tour
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Red Bank Village and the Scarlet Macaw Tour

Despite their name, scarlet macaws are not entirely red (or scarlet) colored. Instead, these birds are adorned with brilliantly hued feathers of red, yellow, and blue. Related to parrots, scarlet…

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Gulisi Garifuna Museum in Dangriga
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Gulisi Garifuna Museum in Dangriga

The Garifuna are a unique culture that formed some 400 years ago when African slaves imported into the Caribbean intermarried with local Arawak and Carib people. After engaging in several…

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Serpon Sugar Mill
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The Serpon Sugar Mill in Belize

The Serpon Sugar Mill is Belize’s very first designated historic site. Built in 1865, the Serpon Sugar Mill revolutionized the country because it was the first steam-powered device of its…

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Make a Big Splash by Visiting Rio on Pools

A trip to Belize can be an exciting adventure: dive, sail, tour ancient Mayan ruins and partake of the cultural vibe that fans across the nation like a finely prepared…

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Belizean fry jacks
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Belizean Fry Jacks

While they may not be the healthiest item on a plate, Belizean fry jacks are one of the most popular foods in Belize. Looking like mini puff pastries, fry jacks…

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Belize postpones tourism re-opening

The Belize Tourism Board (BTB) has issued a release informing travelers that due to an increase in Covid-19 cases, Belize will delay the re-opening of the  Philip Goldson International Airport…

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